Land registration is an important step in property dealing. However, it is a misconception that mere land registration is enough for owning a property. After registering, objections can be lodged against this registry for a certain period. Those who can file objections include family members, relatives, or stakeholders of the seller.
Here are the nine points explaining when and how can a registry be cancelled
After the registration is done, information is sent to the seller of the property that this property has been sold in the name of the said person. If the seller has any objection he can file it.
The main purpose of this process is to ensure that the person registering the property is the real owner and the denama was not done under any pressure from him.
Different states have different time limits for filing objections. In Uttar Pradesh, a period of 90 days is fixed for this. In the meantime, an objection can be lodged at the Tehsildar’s office at any time.
If the seller has not been able to get the full value of the property, then he can stop it by filing an objection. In this case, the registry of the property will be rejected.
In most cases, objections are filed by the family members and stakeholders of the seller. The main reason for this is domestic distress.
Sometimes the buyer also gives a post dated cheque to the seller at the time of registry. If the cheque is not cleared, the filing is stopped after registering an objection.
Such cases have also come to the fore in which the seller has lodged an objection and has stopped the dismissal and forced the buyer to recover more money.
A list of all such cases is prepared in the Tehsildar’s office and they are disposed of. Action is taken in case of genuine objections.
If the objections are fake and everything is found to be correct in the documents, then the name of the buyer is entered in the records of the Revenue Department.
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